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...Volume 29, issue No. 9, October 17, 2005

Top Stories

President's host induct 51

HPU inducted 51 new President’s Hosts in a ceremony Oct. 18 at Waialae Country Club in Kahala. HPU President Chatt G. Wright and Mrs. Janice Wright personally greeted all 51 new hosts. [More]

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Personal alarms: Self-defense for all

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, a woman is raped every two minutes, one out of every four college women have been raped, and 25 percent of rapes happen in public areas and parking garages. [More]


Pepper spray
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Will the Akaka bill benefit Hawai'i? No!
Is something needed? Yes!

Reading Hawai‘i’s Story by Hawai‘i’s Queen, written by Queen Lili‘uokalni during her reign, I was surprised to find her so focused only on the Native Hawaiian segment of Hawai‘i’s population. Already, at that time, however, the population of the Hawaiian Kingdom was diverse, and mutlti-ethnicity was a fundamental element of it. Ethnic diversity was made the law of the land during the reign of Kamehameha III, who made it clear in the Declaration of Rights that “God hath made of one blood all nations of men” and who refers to rights “given alike to every man.” [More]

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Dems attack Bush war on Hawai'i vets

Washington, DC – In July Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean criticized the Bush administration and Republicans in Congress for failing our veterans. Citing proposed benefits cuts in next year’s budget and the $3.7 billion shortfall in this year’s veterans spending, Dean called on President Bush to keep the promises made to America’s veterans. [More]


Howard Dean
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